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Cian English died after he fell from a high-rise balcony in Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast, in the early hours of Saturday morning. The deceased is originally from Carlow, but his family had relocated to Australia.
AN IRISH TEENAGER has died in Australia after he fell from an apartment complex while trying to flee a group of armed robbers, police have alleged.
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He was 19 years old.
Fast Facts You Need To Know
- Cian English 19, partying with a group of friends at a Gold Coast apartment, QLD
- He fell off a four story balcony to his death in Surfers Paradise on Saturday
- Four people suspected to have overdosed on drugs were taken to hospital
- Footage of the party was reportedly shared on Instagram and Snapchat
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A passerby discovered English’s lifeless body on the pavement before calling emergency services, who later found a cache of drugs inside the unit. Paramedics attempted to perform CPR on the 19-year-old, who was from Hawthorne in the eastern suburbs of Brisbane but arrived too late.
One party guest told Nine News they left the gathering when someone started waving a knife around and after noticing ice pipes in the apartment.
A total of seven people were found in the unit and four taken to hospital in stable conditions. Up to 12 people were believed to be at the party.
Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) Senior Operations Supervisor Neil Stead said the teen had ‘traumatic injuries’.
The drugs involved were reportedly diazepam or Valium.
‘There was some kind of drugs involved in this situation which caused the incident to occur. Drugs are simply not safe. Even prescribed drugs taken the wrong way are not safe,’ Mr Stead said.
‘No one wants a deceased person, whether they are young or old.
‘Especially a young male who has got his life ahead of him, to have it cut off like this.’
The emergency crews that tried to resuscitate Mr English have since been given welfare checks due to the traumatic incident.
A police investigation has been launched into how the man fell and what may have taken place in the lead-up to his death.
They are not treating his death as suspicious and urge any witnesses with information to come forward.
The teenager’s death is the latest tragedy in a series of balcony plunge deaths in Surfers Paradise.
Liam Kearns, 22, from Christchurch in New Zealand, fell from the 15th floor of the Breakers North building in Surfers Paradise, on the Gold Coast, around 12.30 on on November 13, 2019.
Hamish Bidgood, 18, fell to his death from a balcony after taking nitrous oxide during Schoolies celebrations at the Surfers Regent Apartments.
Four other teenagers aged between 16 and 19 were found in the apartment in varying states of consciousness and were taken to Robina Hospital for treatment for drug overdoses.
A woman said she had seen the tragic night unfold on Instagram and Snapchat.
Two other 16-year-old boys, believed to be a part of the group, were arrested at around 2.20am between View Avenue and the Esplanade for possessing prescription drugs.
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